Wrestlezone’s Top 10: Superstars of 2012

Josh Isenberg

Number 9: Jeff Hardy

Jeff Hardy

Personally, I have seen way too much of the same Jeff Hardy over the course of his career. I am not bashing the guy, but he continues to use the same moves and the same type of offense without change. Nonetheless, Hardy had a great ending to 2012 to make this list. With 5 star matches against Austin Aries, Hardy was able to be the face of the company. If Hardy stayed out of trouble, there is no doubt he would have been higher on the list. He continues to entertain the TNA crowds each week, become the highest selling superstar in terms of merchandise, and his unique characteristics stick with the audience. Hardy never puts on a bad match, is consistent, and will be the champion heading into 2013. This was an excellent year for Jeff, but 2013 should be even better.

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